Hi, I recently inquired about a photo opportunity posted through the Model Mayhem website. It turns out that it was a group of girls putting a bikini calendar together and needed a photographer to do the shoot. It is not a paid job. The only benefit is I would get the experience, and credit for the photos, however; the calendar and posters will be sold at different places like car shows. It would be great for exposure of some sort and I would have the photos to add to my portfolio (if I choose too since I am not really going after bikini modeling), but it doesn't seem fair that I wouldn't get paid for the money made off of the calendar since I am not getting paid to do the shoot. Is this something that normally happens in photography? I've been seriously shooting people for about a year and I've just recently started dealing with models. I can understand doing a shoot for "time for prints" or "time for cds" but I thought it was understood that there would be no money made off of such photos. Should I confront them with this if I am interested in taking the job or should I just turn her down. Thanks for you help.